On October 22, Argentine citizens will cast their votes in the first round of the presidential election, featuring a competitive three-way race among the primary candidates. To secure an outright victory in this initial round, a candidate must either amass 45% of the total vote independently or attain a 40% share while maintaining a lead of at least 10 percentage points over the second-place contender. The outcome of this election holds significant implications, as it could trigger a substantial market response, given the potential shift in political dynamics that might intensify financial instability in the country.
Presidential Election Open Primaries Results
Candidates must get 1.5% of the vote to qualify for the Oct. 22 election
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